Harry Kane is undroppable despite goal drought
Despite his goal slump, Tottenham manager Antonio Conte believes Harry Kane is unstoppable.
This season, Harry Kane has only scored once in 12 Premier League games, a far cry from the man who won the Golden Boot and was crowned the greatest playmaker the previous season.
He’s battled since an emotional summer in which England was defeated on penalties in the Euro 2020 final before becoming embroiled in a transfer speculation over a desire to join Manchester City.
Conte’s presence at Spurs has boosted his performances, although he has yet to score a goal, despite squandering a wonderful opportunity in the 2-0 win over Brentford.
“If I’m being honest, starting a game without Harry right now is a little difficult for me,” he admitted.
“It’s challenging for me.” To be honest, we’re talking about a key player for the team.
“Yeah, I’m responding like this right now.” I’m aiming to improve things, raise the players’ confidence, and see if we can handle the situation without Harry.” In a way that can help you gain three points, but not exactly in the same way.
“I don’t see the team starting without Harry right now,” the coach says.
Despite his league slump, Kane has scored freely in European competition and for England, and Conte is pleased with his efforts.
Spurs are within striking distance of the top four, even without the England forward’s goals.
Although winning the Champions League would be a fantastic success, Conte claims that he was not set any targets prior to entering and that he made no “dumb promises” to chairman Daniel Levy.
Conte has insisted that his main priority is to improve the quality of his present squad, but he has intimated for the first time that he may need to make changes during the summer window.
“For us, the most important thing is to attempt to enhance how things are going. As the only road forward is now in our hands, “he stated